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ICYMI: E-paper kicks, robot directions via thought and more

There's a telepresence robot that people with motor impairments can direct with their thoughts.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Shiftwear wants to change your shoe game with color e-paper screens that can move and shift into beautiful pictures on the sneakers you're wearing. It's too early to tell whether they will fund; or look as good as they do in the online video. There's also a nail-art printer if you're in the mood to spend a lot of money on something temporary.

More scientifically interesting, researchers from Italy and Switzerland made an experimental telepresence robot that people with motor impairments can direct with the power of their thoughts. And bad news for trolls but good news for kindness, a project in Brazil that aims to stop online racism is now taking out billboards near the homes of people who've posted nasty stuff, to shame them. Names and faces are blurred out... but still somewhat identifiable.

Finally, we thought aerial tech enthusiasts might enjoy this video of a camera on a boomerang.

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